“Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire” is projected to achieve a box office collection of ₹392.1 crore in India, showcasing the continued success of Prabhas’ film.

Prashanth Neel’s film “Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire” premiered in theaters worldwide two weeks ago, competing with Rajkumari Hirani’s “Dunki” at the box office. The movie, starring Prabhas, Shruti Haasan, and Prithviraj Sukumaran in lead roles, along with Jagapathi Babu and Sriya Reddy in significant roles, has achieved respectable success in India. According to Sacnilk.com, the film is estimated to have earned a noteworthy amount in India. Additionally, check out: Salaar’s 16th-day box office figures reveal a modest surge, with Prabhas’ film raking in more than ₹5 crore in India.

Box office Collection

Based on the latest statistics from the website, Salaar is anticipated to amass ₹4.09 crore on its 17th day. After an impressive ₹308 crore in the first week, the second week saw a slightly reduced collection of ₹70.1 crore in India. The film is estimated to have earned ₹3.65 crore on day 15, followed by ₹5.45 crore on day 16, with the conclusive figures for day 17 still pending confirmation

Release in Spain and Japan

The film’s creators utilized social media platform X to reveal that “Salaar CeaseFire” is set to hit the screens in Spain and Japan. The official Salaar handle posted, “#SalaarCeaseFire is releasing in Latin America on 7th March 2024, in Spanish.

“@IndiaCinepolis” confirmed the film’s release in Latin America through India Cinepolis.

On Sunday, they made an announcement that the film will have a release in Japan, stating, “#SalaarCeaseFire is coming to theatres across Japan this Summer. Release by @movietwin2.” Prabhas holds a significant fan base in Japan, largely attributed to the success of SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster Baahubali.

About salar

Produced by Hombale Films, “Salaar” narrates the tale of two childhood friends who evolve into adversaries. Taking place in the fictional city of Khansaar, the film delves into the dynamics of Prabhas’ character, Deva, with his mother portrayed by Easwari Rai, Aadya played by Shruti, and Varadharaja Mannar portrayed by Prithviraj. Garnering positive responses from both critics and audiences, the conclusion of part 1 sets the stage for a sequel, yet to commence filming. The sequel is anticipated to grace screens in 2025 or later, considering Prashanth also has a project with Jr NTR in the pipeline.


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